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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
We have been involved with RFS for the past three years. My Store Managers have been involved with the children with their projects... more »
- Houston, TX
I trust Food & Water Watch to safeguard issues that are most important to me! They have the planet's best interest in mind and... more »
- Washington, DC
Diana and her team at Food Finders are remarkable! We called and informed that we were short of items for our distribution and... more »
- Long Beach, CA
I was unprepared for the infectious positive spirit of the volunteers and staff. Going into the kitchen area to work preparing... more »
- Brooklyn, NY
Helena L. wrote:
I cannot say enough good about the MOW. The volunteers are so wonderful. God bless them all. I m on oxygen and the folks that... more »
- Fort Worth, TX
Seeds of Solidarity is an amazing organization. The SOL Garden program works with many young people in the community and does... more »
- Orange, MA
I delivered groceries from Food For Thought to a friend with AIDS in the late 80's. It was a tiny organization then serving a... more »
- , CA
9 years ago I got a letter in the mail from the Mission that prompted me to donate. Since then, I have suffered alcoholism, financial... more »
- Springfield, MA
Nurani M. wrote:
I have been very blessed/very lucky to receive my daily meals made with love, 7 days a week while I recover from debilitating... more »
- San Francisco, CA
A fantastic and deserving non profit. Thoughtful to both volunteers and guests alike. It is an honor to be able to volunteer there.... more »
- New York, NY
Although we live in a time when there is more food available than ever before, hunger is the leading cause of health problems.
Over 1 billion people, or about a sixth of the world population, are malnourished. And six million children die of hunger each year.
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